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I George Lucas produced film about the Tuskegee airmen so set for those on this Dina tells little bit about and that the film and also why you wanted to be part of that story.
What we shall -- read says about three years ago which lot of people who don't really realize some George who's been trying and should this -- for the past 25 years and he finally felt like he had the right cast the writer.
On the right director -- to really make the project go.
And is busy but the story of the Tuskegee -- which is the all black bomber escort fighter group that served in World War II.
And it was basically about very struggled they're there -- journey on throughout forward to on.
Fighting races around the Germans.
You know their own government not allowing them fly -- participate in the war.
And they had pretty much a flawless record they never lost a bomber aircraft and in the enemy aircraft fire.
So that was like to know something that they really young you know held their head for I am proud of it was on it was a big there's a big deal.
The story the Tuskegee airman is not really talk about too much and like schools and and history classes so I think it was a subject.
Especially part of you know African American history or just American history period.
That needed a light shown on so I'm glad people got a chance to really like you know learn more about that history.
Shaq and now multitasking.
Big screen -- Moscow in an offense thanks from the wire Friday Night Lights and standing -- you from house.
So it's -- looking at -- about your guest spot on house coming up.
I've clearly -- -- call is name is will Westwood.
He's been blind since birth since birth.
And I think that was a major challenge for me to play a character that that's blind so I did a lot of research you know watching us in a woman watching ray.
Just winter -- listed Los Angeles and do some research and work with people that would visually impaired so.
I put forward into it is this edge and -- give trying to give too much away there's a lot of twists and turns so it's a cool episode will -- -- -- later on this month.
A later on his -- as handling it fine I'm that we -- Loria and friends let's alike -- act.
See why unfortunately they get a chance to where we -- too much throughout the show bush at the crew was amazing like the house is the show has been on the is eight seasons and it's a veteran crew was a -- -- -- they have so much fun.
It's the first set I've been -- where they actually played music in between senate players and everybody is kind of in a good mood.
It's -- I had a I had a blast at a lot of phone we're gonna show.
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